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Re: squid and squidGuard



So I take it that you're in favor of delivering a PC to children to educate them on pr0n?  That's
extremely radical of you.  It seems to me that a minimum configuration that would filter
inappropriate web sites that was community managed and transparent would be appropriate.  Or am I
in the minority here?  I'm not talking about censorship here but I believe a minimum set of
community-agreed-upon standards would be acceptable.

Thanks,

Tim

--- Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at> wrote:

> Timothy Spaulding <tspauld98 <at> yahoo.com> writes:
> > Considering this project's involvement with OLPC, I'm shocked that the web
> > proxy/blacklist stuff isn't more bullet-proof and easy to enable.  Who did I
> > need to talk to help fix this?  Is the OLPC doing some more advanced
> > integration of kid safe web proxies?
> 
> No, I don't think it does any filtering at all. OLPC isn't about censorship.
> 
>         Kevin Kofler
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